state and face what she's faced this week. watching dean heller from nevada suddenly get poll numbers that say, maybe there's a backlash to me about voting no on background checks. or jeff flake, potentially moving toward a swing state of arizona, where the same things happen. >> why is that a surprise when polls say 90% of people want this legislation? >> the key thing is, whether, you know, this is going to last in a couple months, in a couple of years. the key dynamic to the gunfight, and steve knows this, there's always been an intensity gap. the numbers have always been on the side of gun safety measures. but the people who care about that stuff, it's not the number one item on their list. the people who care about gun rights as they call it, you know, asked them what their priority list, and it's guns, first, second, third, fourth and fifth. so they come out and will make people pay. they'll make sure it's painful if you don't do what they want to do. cannot happen on the other side. particularly, you know, a year and a half from now, three years from now, the next elections.